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israel and turkey. hillary clinton and joe biden sharing the same stage and trying to quiet all that talk about their 12016 competition. >> vice president biden and i have worked together on so many important issues. i know what a personal victory it was to see him to see the violence against women act reauthorized last month. >> there's no woman like hillary clinton. hj hj -- and that's a fact. >> with gun legislation stalled, president obama hits the road today, colorado tries to boost public support, as a new poll shows, one in six americans want stricter gun laws. >>> from the appalachian trail to the comeback trail. in victory former governor mark sanford thanks the woman he ran off with, now his fiancee. >> i thank you, is guess to my fiancee for her long suffering, as she put up with me being on the road for more than just a few months. >>> it is official, 24 hours after a mutual tease on late night, nbc has just announced jimmy fallon will be replacing jay leno after his 22 years in the chair of that iconic program. in addition, the show will move to new york, and will be executiv
to talk about 2016, you better get over it. every time joe biden and hillary clinton walk into the room, that's the only thing anybody talks about. what's what happened last night. good morning from washington, it's wednesday, april 3rd. a jack packed edition. which one of you opens on thursday. go to send it in. let's get right to the first read of the morning. with gun legislation stalled, president obama heads to denver to tell congress to act more like colorado. a state with a long tradition of gun rights that expanded background checks to all private gun sales and place restrictions on high capacity magazines. the president will speak before heading to san francisco for four fund-raisers tonight and tomorrow. just miles from the movie theater, the president will take his message to connecticut where families of the newtown shooting have been invited to join him. jay carney was peppered with questions about whether momentum for restrictions is stalled because the president has not been involved enough on this issue. i have a list of everything the president and vice presidency has d
, reverend. take care. >>> ahead, hillary clinton and joe biden share the stage and it has everyone talking. 2016. and the o'reilly/rush feud is getting bigger. wait until you see who bill is going after now. >>> and ted cruz has it all figured out. you'll have to hear his latest conspiracy theory about the president. i love to eat. i love hanging out with my friends. i have a great fit with my dentures. i love kiwis. i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture. super poligrip free -- it creates a seal of the dentures in my mouth. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. super poligrip free made the kiwi an enjoyable experience. [ charlie ] try zinc free super poligrip. made the kiwi an enjoyable experience. trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in
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presidential ticket after hillary clinton and vice president joe biden spoke at the same awards ceremony last night. tracie potts joins us from washington with details and the speculation. all kinds of speculation this morning. >> especially about hillary clinton. good morning. she comes with an impressive resume, former first lady, secretary of state. it's politics, until she says no, absolutely no, the answer could be yes. sharing the stage, hillary clinton and the vice president complimented each other. >> there's no woman like hillary clinton. hillary clinton, that's a fact. >> the vice president, biden and i worked together on so many important issues. >> reporter: their mere presence together, her first since stepping down as secretary of state is fueling questions about whether either may run for president in 2016. >> it's joe biden waiting to see what hillary clinton is going to do. if she gets in, it's going to be difficult for him to make the race. >> reporter: both can draw big cash. clinton has two things biden doesn't, higher favoribility ratings, 67% to 48% and a new political a
an american-style politics to british. >>> finally, conspiracy theories unite. vice president biden mentions the word new world order and somebody concludes the crazy, of course, we're on our way to a one world government. this is "hardball," the place for politics. >>> you can add another senator. tim johnson says he backs same-sex marriage. that brings the total number of u.s. senators supporting gay marriage to 54. that's out of 100. senator johnson announced last month he won't run for re-election in an increasingly red south dakota when his current term ends after next year. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "hardball." as i said, we're about to enter a hugely important period for president obama and the country. congress is returning from its spring break. the next few weeks in this city could determine, well, among other things the president's legacy in this country. will he be remembered for passing gun control legislation with background checks for gun buyers? will history show him signing comprehensive immigration reform at some point? will he and congressional republicans w
. >>> republicans cannot take out the white house and that's even if clinton and vice-president joseph biden becomes a detainee. kentucky senator rand paul and jeb bush were there and the only one who stood a chance was chris christy. vice-president joseph biden and chris christy came out slightly behind. >>> president barack obama is trying to put gun control back in the spotlight. from the washington d.c. newsroom, he is dealing with lawmakers. >> reporter: senators will not likely start debating gun control legislation for two weeks instead of next week as planned. harry reid said it would be the number one priority when he returned this coming monday. he has excluded dianne finestein's web upon's ban bash weapons' ban and he said back ground checks should become universal including those at gun shows. one reason president barack obama is speaking is the state recently passed laws to expand gun background checks and limit the number of magazines they can hold. and president barack obama leaves for colorado three hours from now and we will have more on
has passed with flying colors in all of it. >> now, governor, joe biden is nothing to ignore. he's been a major power broker of the administration, looking at the long list of things that he's broken, gun control, budget negotiations, on gay marriage, on true drawdowns on iraq and afghanistan and on and on. what can he do in terms of if he decides to run, doesn't he weigh in very heavy, doesn't mrs. clinton have to be concerned about joe biden? >> well, sure. but first of all, rev, let's all agree that joe biden has been a terrific and impactful vice president. still, his public image is driven by some of the gaffes and some of the things he says but i think he's been a terrific vice president and i think he would be a good president, i really do. the problem is that joe biden's people, the people who would raise the money for joe biden, the elected officials who would support joe biden are also in hillary clinton's camp and as hillary learned in 2008, you can't stand in the way of history. if hillary clinton gets out there and has a chance to become the first woman president, i
biden is there. he's expected to speak. we'll bring you parts of the service live throughout this hour. a number of the people speaking we'll hear from and number of performances as well. i'm anderson cooper. this is our special coverage of the boston bombings. a lot to bring you up to date on now as the families say good-bye to the victims. here's where we stand with the investigation. it is a fast moving investigation. delegation from the u.s. embassy in moscow has arrived in the russian republic of dagestan to interview the parents, the suspected bombers we're told the wounded suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev could soon be transferred out of the medical center. family members of those wounded in the attacks were still hospitalized there are angry about him being in the same hospital with their loved ones being treated. and the street where the bombs exploded is open for business. authorities allowed the public back on boylston street today for the first time since the terror attacks. we're getting new information also on the suspect's background and the older brother's embrace of radical i
that fund-raising letter by wayne lapierre himself. that's next. >>> and hillary clinton and joe biden shared the stage last night, which of course sparked more speculation about the 2016 presidential campaign. and bill o'reilly continues to insist he is not in a feud with rush limbaugh, even though he admits he never talks to rush. the o'reilly, limbaugh feud and some of the other people bill o'reilly really hates are in tonight's "rewrite." e hundred bucks for your deductible. the truth? at allstate, you could pay zero. allstate gives you a hundred dollars off your deductible the day you sign up. then another hundred off every year you don't have an accident. let the good hands reward your safe driving with a deductible that goes away. ♪ deductible rewards. one more way you're in good hands with allstate. ♪ ten hut! you up for the challenge suds-maker? i'm gonna need more than that to get through the rest of these dishes! i want more suds! dawn? you won't last. [ female announcer ] a drop of dawn has active suds that stay stronger longer, so you can clean 2x more greasy dishes. t
. hillary clinton shared the stage with president biden honoring women leaders. >> all of those years i only missed one time last year and to be back again is a great privilege and honor. >> she brushed off campaign talk as premature. she is not discouraging the supporters . first paid speech is in texas . in june in michigan. supporters and organizers are ready for hillary clinton.comcheered . the super pac boasted 100,000 and thousand joiningidate daily and david fluff -- plough said she would be the strongest and most interesting candidate. >> she dominates the field. if he doesn't run vice-president biden is a clear front runner. >> biden showered clinton with phrase. -- praise. >> there is no woman like - hillary clinton. [applause] hillary clinton, that is a fact. >> biden would be 74 years old three weeks after the election. he's been hinting about running himself since the campaign. he invited activist to private thank you parties. he headlines the michigan democrats later this month and in may he will key note the jj. dinner. home of the primary in 2016. if clinton runs biden may no
's no woman like hillary clinton. hillary clinton, that's a fact. >> reporter: vice president biden and i have worked together on so many important issues. >> reporter: but their mere presence together, her first since stepping down as secretary of state is fueling questions about whether either may run for president in 2016. >> more than anyone in the united states, it's joe biden who's waiting to see what hillary clinton's going to do because if she gets in, it's going to be very difficult for him to make the race. >> reporter: both can draw big cash, but clinton has two things biden doesn't, higher favorability rating, 67% to 48%. in january's "washington post" poll and a new political action committee. >> 2016. >> hillary! >> supporters rallied outside the event. their website went live tuesday. >> politics is always an open competition, but i have no position on any of this. >> reporter: that was january. but the woman clinton honored at tuesday's vital voices global leadership awards thinks she'd make a good candidate. >> i think she can do whatever she sets her mind to doing. >> reporte
president biden, mike, a potential candidate was on hand. clinton congratulated him for what he's done on his work for violence against women act. what are we left with on who takes the lead on the democratic side. biden or clinton in. >> what we saw with the footage you just showed is secretary clinton is to be a mobile political rally wherever she goes. people are excited. a standing ovation for her inside the kennedy center. we already saw vice president biden who is probably going to build up his own organization and possibly run in 2016 already being overshadowed. he embraced it. he said there's no woman like hillary clinton. that's something both sides can agree on. >> thanks. we are going see you shortly on "morning joe." >> happy early morning. >>> north and south korea making headlines. they share more than a name after the last symbol of any real relationship broke apart early this a.m. north korea is allowing workers to jointly run industrial park along the border. the blockade represents a level of brinkmanship from pyongyang. the north has repeatedly threatened south korea
president joe biden shared the stage. we were watching for the 1,315 chance that politics might seep into the room. >> there's no woman like hillary clinton. [ cheers and applause ] >> hillary clinton -- that's a fact. >> vice president biden and i have worked together on so many important issues, and one that is particularly close to his heart is the fight against domestic violence. >> michael: all kind words for each other. obviously clinton still has that diplomatic touch. over on the republican side quinnipiac university repieced a poll showing florida senator, marco rubio leading the republican field, followed by congressman paul ryan rand paul, and chris christie found out the top four. we were a bit disappointed, of course not to see mitt romney on that list. joining me now to break down the role 2016 politics is playing in today's debates is christine pelosi, chair of the california democratic party women's caucus. also with us is democratic strategist, tad devine, who joins us tonight from washington, d.c. tad, i want to say that quinnipiac poll shows 59
's been moved to salon b and if joe biden asks, there are no extra tickets for that either. quick announcement before we really get going, before we continue. if any of you are live tweeting this event, please use hash tag, incapable of living in the moment. yeah. also to any u.s. senators here tonight, if you'd like to switch your dessert or your position on gay marriage, please, signal a waiter. by the way, speaking of dinner. tonight's entrees -- there's a gavel here and i don't know why. here's a fun fact about tonight's food. everything you ate this evening was personally thought by wain lapierre. don't worry, it was during a home invasion, though. the fish came in through the window. it wasn't peppercorn, that was buck shot. you may not know this but wayne lapierre is the executive vice president of the nra. which begs the question, how crazy do you have to be to be the actual president of the nra? he's not even at the top. also, i'd like to acknowledge that earlier this evening there was some confusion with the seating charts. for a moment, someone accidentally sat governor
president biden mentions the word, actually the words, "new world order." some on the right conclude the crazy interpretation. we're on our way to one world government. boy, they're easily spooked. this is "hardball," the place for politics. ressive? a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ >>> well, you can add another senator to that growing list of marriage equality supportsers. south dakota's tim johnson says he backs same-sex marriage. that brings the total number of u.s. senators endorsing gay marriage to 54. that's out of 100. senator johnson announced last month he won't run for re-election in an increasingly red south dakota when his current term ends after next year. and we'll be right back. i'm the world's worst cleaning lady. i'm here in your home, having a pretty spectacular tuesday. ♪ but i don't noti
. >>> finally, conspiracy theories unite. vice president biden mentions the word new world order and somebody concludes the crazy, of course, we're on our way to a one world government. this is "hardball," the place for politics. >>> you can add another senator. tim johnson says he backs same-sex marriage. that brings the total number of u.s. senators supporting gay marriage to 54. that's out of 100. increasingly red south dakota when his current term ends after next year. we'll be right back. and what we. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. departure. hertz gold plus rewards also offers ereturn-- our fastest way to return your car. just note your mileage and zap ! you're outta there ! we'll e-mail your receipt in a flash, too. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. >>> welcome back to "hardball." as i said, we're about to enter a hugely important period for president obama and
's plan may have put it on the verge of. like pushing them to build cars and vice-president joe biden's state of delaware and john said this is why dc should get out of green us businesses and all businesses. >> without question. if the federal burrcrats hay clue they would be making billion necessary the private sector and venture capitolist say they are wrong. and the notion that federal burrcrats with no profit plin can do better it i laughable. its time to exit and give it back to the private sector. >> rick, the government pushed the car company while it losing $550,000 for every car they sold. >> there was no way can successfully defend the investment in fiscer. it was a loser. this is what i worry about. we have to be careful not to cast the net too wide. we know people who are alive today because of direct government investment in pharmesutical and electronics changed the world. don't throw out the baby with the bath water. i know you don't like green investment, but don't throw out. >> i like green investments in the private sector that work. i don't like the bad ones that go
president obama or vice president biden has delivered the weekly address. the republican i just is given by the representative of indiana. she or the president to work with republicans to balance the urges theshe president to work with republicans to bounce a budget. >> hi. as you have probably noticed, i'm not the president. as a citizen, i'm here at the white house today because i want to make a difference and i hope you will join me. my name is francine wheeler. david is with me. we live in sandy hook, connecticut. david and i have two sons. is aldest son, nate, fourth-grader at sandy hook elementary school. our younger son, then, is six. he was murdered in his first grade classroom on december 14, exactly four months this weekend. david and i lost our beloved son and nate lost his best friend. it turned out to be the last morning of his life. he told me out of the blue, i still want to be an architect, mama, but i also want to be a paleontologist because that is what nate is going to be and i want to do what nate does. 's life -- love for fun was unmatched. he could not wait to get t
is not safe. recently vice president joe biden made a statement that i think relates to this issue. >> we met with a young man who is here today, colin goddard is here. where are you? he was one of the survivors of the virginia tech massacre. when i asked him about what he thought we should be doing, he said, i'm not here because of what happened to me. i'm here because of what happened to me keeping happening to other people and we have to do something about it. >> in kind -- in kindergarten you learned your abc's and 123's, the basics of education. we need to get back to the basics, we need to get back to where decisions weren't based off money or politics, where they were based on protecting our futures. people will always find guns. they will find weapons. we need to guard ourselves against them. we need to do it now. we should have done it 25 years ago. it's been two decades since the pinellas park shooting and we have no excuse. dedicated to mr. richard allen and the hundreds of lives that have been lost in school shootings. >> congratulations to all the winners in this year's studentca
by sending joe biden off to conduct a study. an unnecessary delay when solutions were obvious. once the president took his foot off the accelerator, no other action, not even bloomberg's ad campaign could maintain the momentum. the blame according to him lies with the white house. >> i don't buy it. legislating is complicated. it takes time and there's no more complicated legislation than gun control. there's a lot of particulars to go through and serious disagreements and the nra is able to put up roadblocks at many, many points. i don't see that argument at all. this is a very tough thing to do. it's still possible, i think, in the senate, particularly, the house is a whole different story. in the senate i still think it's possible. tom coburn of oklahoma is the key here. my understanding is that if coburn agrees to a background checks legislation package with schumer, that enough republicans would join that, maybe to hit 60. >> maybe to hit it, but jimmy, we were talking in the break about alternative gun legislation that could be competing with the main bill, getting coburn on b
, hillary clinton and joe biden going at it, making speeches and generating a lot of happy speculation on the center and center left. they got a new poll out that's going to tell us all about 2016. >>> also, why mark sanford could be the only republican capable of losing south carolina's open house seat to elizabeth colbert bush. stephen colbert's sister. why colbert bush might not hold that seat for very long, of course. >>> this just in from quinnipiac. 24% of republicans now believe president obama is the antichrist. that puts things in perspective. doesn't it? 33% saddam hussein actually hit us on 9/11. 53% of republicans say global warming is a hoax. not just wrong, but a hoax. before you get too smug, democrats believe some weird stuff, too. we'll get to that. the truthers are out there, too. >>> yesterday it was radio talk show host who found a way to link gay marriage and trouble in korea. today we bring you the texas congressman. louie gohmert connects gay marriage and limiting magazine capacities in guns. you are our side show. this is "hardball," the place for politics. t an
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to protect american children. since then he along with vice president joe biden and senator feinstein have tried to make that reality. the n ra has essentially said, yes, we care about kids, but what we really need to protect are our guns. and the gun lobbyists announceed in a controversial way to do both. and there is another group in need of protection. it's gay citizens. first to guns. in one week from today the senate will debate gun control today. today they rolled out their preemptive response. the school shield task force funded by the nra a 225-page report on how to improve school safety. here is the condensed version. fill them chalk full of guns. asa hutchinson, a former congressman, leads the task force. he laid out the findings with an unusually heavy security presence. amazing. talking about indulging in hero fantasies. the crux of his plan is to get states to introduce bills that would allow or require teachers to pack heat. >> states need to consider changing the law so that it allows the firearm to be carried by school personnel when they go through this model training pro
joe biden literally. hi, i'm joe biden. >> the hardest part, trying to understand his motivations. why did he pursue healthcare first? what mixes him tick? why doesn't he get mad? if i were him i would be mad all the time. but i'm not. i'm daniel day-lewis. [ applause ] >> a remarkable transformation. do i really sound like that, though, honey? wow. grouchomarx once said and that is groucho, senator cruz, not karl, the other guy, groucho marx once told an audience before i speak i have something important to say. along the same lines i want to close on a more serious note. obviously no storage of news to cover over the past few weeks and these have been hard days for too many of our citizens. even as we gather here tonight our thoughts are not far from the people of boston and the people of west, texas. there are families in the midwest who are coping with some terrible floods. so we have had some difficult days. but even when the days seemed darkest we have seen humanity shine at its brightest. we have seen first responders and national guardsmen who dashed into danger. law enforcemen
daniel to play >> i never could've played joe biden. [laughter] >> trying to understand his motivation. what makes him tick? >> i would be mad all the time, but i am not. [laughter] >> remarkable transformation. do i really sound like that? groucho marx once said, senator cruz, that is groucho marx, not karl. the other guy. he once told an audience, before i speak, i something important to say. along those same lines, i want to close on a more serious note. there has been no shortage of news to cover over the past few weeks. the suspense and very hard days for many of our citizens. even as we gather here tonight, our thoughts are not far from the people of boston and the people of west, texas and the families in the midwest coping with some terrible floods. we have had some difficult days. but even when the days seemed darkest, we have seen humanity shine at its brightest. we have seen first responders and national guardsmen who dashed into danger. law-enforcement officers who lived their oath, to serve and protect. and everyday americans opening their homes and their hearts to perfect
is there. before coming to the white house, i was in that position as well. >>> vice president biden makes it into the playground yet again with his latest episode of being biden, in which he comes face to face, literally, with another potential 2016 candidate at an event in washington this week. take a look. >> hillary and i strongly believe that any cultural norm that results in the guise of religion or righteousness, that results in discounting or disenfranchising, disrespecting, berating or battering a woman is simply not acceptable. >> what makes the being biden segment so interesting, if you go to the website, it's those pictures and his voice underneath. it's -- anyway. >>> coming up, reading the tea leaves on hillary's week that was. >>> plus, a special anniversary this week. in case you haven't heard, the cell phone turns 40. here's a look at how washington's elite have evolved with their hand-helds over the years. check that out. you are watching msnbc. changing the world is exhausting business. with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make
potential presidential rival, joe biden. political junkies relished seeing the two of them on stage today. clinton skipped last year's democratic convention. even if clinton is considering heading back into politics, she has every incentive to wait as long as possible. let's spin. the first thing you hear about hillary clinton right now is she has record high approval numbers. but the bigger story is they always drop when she goes into campaigns. that makes sense. she was up in the 50s, low 60s at times at first lady. dropped when she went to become a new york senate candidate. went up proving herself in government and dropped as a presidential candidate. there's no reason for her to jump back down to slide which she knows from presence dent cp. she does have a problem if we're going to be serious about her potential in the democratic primary? and that is, democrats don't like do-over candidates. the republicans constantly nominate people who lost in previous cycles. >> next man up. >> romney, mccain, george bush, sr., ronald reagan, they all went, ran, lost, came back, ran in a prior cam
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's rights group she founded back in the 1990s. so did vice president joe biden, another possible 2016 contender. >> vice president biden and i have worked together okay so many important issues. one that is particularly close to his heart is the fight against domestic violence and i know what a personal victory it was for him to see the violence against women act reauthorized last month. >> there is no woman like hillary clinton. [applause] [cheers and applause] >> hillary clinton -- that's a fact -- whose declaration in china some decades ago that women's rights are human rights still echos so forcefully around the world nearly two decades later. >> shepard: campaign carl cameron live in the d.c. newsroom. man, they are good buddies for future potential rivals. they go way back. >> they do. they have known each other and worked with nun another as joe biden said literally for decades. hillary clinton will turn 69 right before the 2016 election and joe biden would turn 74, a couple of weeks afterwards. clinton is already beginning to fill her calendar. she will start getting paid spee
, of her supporters. tuesday night, interestingly, joe biden was on the stage, and he gave a rip roaring, crowd pleasing speech. she was more constrained, praising her longtime partner in all of this, but, boy, she let it rip on friday. there was no misunderstanding. if she decides she's running, she has everyone around her, james carville joining here this week, the strongest signal yet. >> maggie haberman, you wrote something really interesting in politico, the viewer's guide to her intentions and the various benchmarks. pay attention to these things. her business choices, cautious versus candor, the company she keeps, where her book tour takes her. she's going to write a book this week talking about her time at the state department. the muzzle on the big dog, that being the former president, and her appearance. discuss. >> i'll work backwards, actually, starting with appearance, which maureen dowd hit on today in "the new york times" and it's right. you are seeing sort of a new hair style on hillary clinton. i got a lot of pushback on talk ing about that, but the reality is hillary cl
second amendment rights. nbc news gave vice president joe biden three full hours of airtime this morning to spew his antigun rhetoric while cnn, they're blocking off two full nights of programming to advocate for, what? gun control. joining me now to explain this president of the media research center, brent bowzell. the most important and obvious point, they've pretty much become an extension of the obama white house and the democratic party. they're the press outlets, the propaganda outlets. >> yeah. sean, for anyone to suggest that sean hannity is exaggerating, or brent bowzell is using hyperbole to say that is exactly wrong. that's exactly what the, quote, unquote, have become on the left. cnn and msnbc, as we can see with the gun control debate, are openly promoting not just gun control but the president's gun control agenda, and calling it news. it is beyond shocking. it is such an outrage that somebody really at the corporate level needs to have a conversation with these networks because they're abusing -- >> sean: i said it a long time ago, journalism in america is dead. it just
have played joe biden. literally. i am joe biden. >> the hardest part, trying to understand his motivations. what makes them tick? why doesn't he get mad? if i was him, i get mad all the time. but i am not. i am daniel day-lewis. [laughter] [applause] >> remarkable transformation. do i really sound like that? groucho marx once said -- senator cruz, that is groucho marx, not karl. the other guy. he once told an audience, before i speak, i something important to say. along those same lines, i want to close on a more serious note. there has been no shortage of news to cover over the past few weeks. the suspense and very hard days -- these have been some very hard daysfor many of our citizens. even as we gather here tonight, our thoughts are not far from the people of boston and the people of west, texas and the families in the midwest coping with some terrible floods. we have had some difficult days. but even when the days seemed darkest, we have seen humanity shine at its brightest. we have seen first responders and national guardsmen who dashed into danger. law-enforcement office
hers, yet. >> what do you do if it becomes hillary versus joe biden. he'll be on the stage with her tonight at the kennedy center. >> i think most of us care very deeply about both of them. but as i said, i don't think he can stand in the way of history. i think the time has come for a woman president. the only one on the horizon right now who could fill that role is hillary clinton. and i think joe is going to hear that from a number of people, his supporters and hillary's supporters as well. and he's going to have to make that decision, it's tough to stand in the way of history. we found that out in 2008. >> and haley barbour, one who knows politics very well, is hillary clinton the kind of candidate who would clear the field, should she run? >> well i would have thought that in 2008. and in fact i'm one who said she'll win the 2008 democratic nomination going away. that's not what happened. a different historical strain prevailed i wouldn't bet against ms. clinton. one thing i've learned is it's way too early to be talking about presidential politics in the democratic party or th
would make it the tenth state to legalize same sex marriage. attorney general bo biden is one of those leading the charge. rachel, i want your point of view on this. in all our coverage of same sex marriage one of the things we talked about was real world san francisco because pedro i think it's fair to say was a revolutionary person on television. he was the first to a lot of persons. then young. now middle aged. the first out gay person in their living rooms. >> sure. bo biden, joe biden. these are catholics. you are a conservative catholic but also happen to have had a relationship with pedro. >> yes i did. >> what is your view on same sex marriage? >> let me just say you bring up i think a really good point. pop culture wise there has definitely been a softening of people's position on this. even you see it is a generational thing. if you talk to a young republican these days a lot of them will probably say they don't care about the issue. they're in the party because it's the party that promotes, you know, economic liberty and self-reliance and is very entrepreneurial and up by yo
with joe biden. >> there's no woman like hillary clinton. hillary clinton -- that's a fact. >> vice president biden and i have worked together on so many important issues, and one that is particularly close to his heart is the fight against domestic violence. >> a new quinnipiac poll shows a wide open race on the republican side. let me bring in matthew cooper, national journal's white house managing editor and lois romano from politico. both of them have covered hillary clinton over the years. good to see both of you. good morning. >> thanks for having us. >> good morning. >> last night was the first of several appearances hillary clinton has scheduled. she's giving a keynote at the women's summit friday, her first paid speech in dallas at the end of the month. in it june she's being honored by an economic club in michigan. lois, what happened to six months off, taking it easy? >> i don't think she's capable of that. i mean, this is who she is. she cares -- well, she's a public personality. she dacares deeply about policy. you're looking aat a period in time where her stock is just
return to washington. the senate and vice-president biden are putting pressure on congress to have an up or down vote on gun legislation this week. the senate is holding another round of confirmation hearings today. tomorrow, but the way, the white house will release its budget recommendations in washington, -- butritain, recommendations. in washington, great britain, remembering margaret thatcher and around the world. our attention this morning is of the naval academy, the training ground for many of the officers that serve in the navy and marine corps. located 35 miles from our nation's capital in annapolis, maryland. ofwill examine the rigors this military school and the cost of operating one of our country's four leading academies. all of it coming up on "washington journal." we want to focus on congress returning this week. a busy week ahead, as the agenda intensifies for lawmakers and the president. a story from "the national journal," what the president will be taking into account as he puts forth his budget recommendations. hegel is back on capitol hill for the first time in his
in washington, d.c. vice president joe biden will discuss gun control and gun safety as well. connecticut's new gun control laws are apparently to blame for one gun manufacturer's plan to leave the state and with others threatening to follow as well. the 20 to 50 employees will follow to the new location, which has not yet been announced. they posted on facebook, the new gun measures trample on citizens's rights. they can no longer survive in the former constitution state and invites other vendors to join is them in that move. >>> now, here's your "first look" at scrambled politics. nbc news/wall street journal poll showing president obama's job approval rating has fallen below 50%. more than two-thirds support a pathway to citizenship for undocumented workers. >>> anthony weiner is eyeing for run for new york city. he resigned after being cut in a sexting scandal. >>> and no leftover money from his failed campaign to sarah palin. the unspent $1.3 million was put in an account for future mcclain political runs >> the official dedication ceremony will be held next month. >> rand paul delivered a
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